Town Topics — Princeton's Weekly Community Newspaper Since 1946.
Vol. LXIV, No. 8
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Coldwell Banker Princeton Office

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IT’S ALL HAPPENING … AT THE Y: Philadelphia Zoo educator Samantha Schwab recently showed a box turtle named “Dot” to children at the YWCA Princeton’s Child Care Center at Valley Road School. The “Zoo on Wheels” visit was sponsored by the ROCKETS (Raising Our Children’s Knowledge by Educating Through Science) program of the Junior League of Greater Princeton. The Child Care Center is a nursery school and day care facility, with special emphasis on developing English-language skills. Most of the children receive scholarship assistance. For information, call (609) 497-2100, ext. 325. For information about the ROCKETS initiative, call Kristina Costello, (267) 241-8795.

“Lincoln Republican” Steele Considers State of America at University Discussion

Dilshanie Perera

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele and Princeton University Professor Eddie Glaude sat down together Monday for a public conversation on campus. Hosted by the Center for African American Studies, of which Mr. Glaude is the chair, the event sparked a lively debate that touched on Mr. Steele’s biography and inequality in America.

Township “Stays the Course” in Face Of Beleaguered COAH Developments

Ellen Gilbert

Noting recent media attention to developments at COAH (New Jersey’s Council on Affordable Housing), attorney Ed Schmierer gave a status report on the agency at the Monday evening Township Committee meeting.

U.S. Congressional Hopeful Sipprelle Shares His Vision, Plan for Renewal

Dilshanie Perera

Princeton resident Scott Sipprelle announced his candidacy for the 12th Congressional District last month, and opened up his campaign office on Alexander Road last week.

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